Along with a much lauded solo career that, pushed the boundaries of rock/jazz fusion, Bolin played with The James Gang and Deep Purple which set him up for major solo guitar stardom which was cut short by his untimely death in 1976.
What does TJG stand for?
TJG stands for The James Gang (music group)
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- Trends Jewellery Forecasting (Italy)
- Triple J. Firearms (Magnolia, TX)
- Teesside Junior Football Alliance (UK)
- Toronto Jewish Film Festival (Toronto, Canada)
- Trans-Jordan Frontier Force (est. 1926)
- The Journal for Innovation (Santa Barbara, CA)
- Tokyo Junior Football League (Tokyo, Japan)
- Tampa Jewish Family Services
- That's Just Great
- The Jaded Gamer (gaming site)
- The Jeffrey Group (marketing communications conglomerate; est.1993; various locations)
- Theater Junge Generation (Dresden, Germany)
- Travel Journalists Guild (Chicago, IL)
- Toledo Junior Golf Association (Ohio)
- The Judy Garland Forum (fan website)
- Theodore J. George Library (Baltimore, MD)
- The Joshua Group Ministries, Inc. (Silver Spring, MD)
- The Jackie Gleason Show (1952-1970 US TV show)
- Texas Junior Golf Tour
- Tanggung Jawab Hukum (Indonesian: Legal Responsibility)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Which isn't the same, no matter how much they try to romanticise the James Gang by casting the likes of Tyrone Power, Robert Wagner and, most recently, Brad Pitt as Jesse.
Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore quit in 1975 over the heavy metal outfit's new funky direction and was replaced by Tommy Bolin, fresh from his stint with the James Gang.
But this brilliant Western takes a completely different look at the most famous member of the James gang.
A special edition includes a second disc featuring a documentary on the James gang and a 44-page glossy book.
IN 1881, the final year of Jesse James's extraordinary life, the James Gang continues to rob banks and railroad owners.
Basic plot: In 1881, the final year of Jesse James' extraordinary life, the James Gang continues to rob banks and railroad owners.
In 1881, the final year of Jesse James's life, the James Gang continues to rob banks and railroad owners.